You now have another option when flying from Indianapolis to the West Coast.
LOS ANGELES, CA - APRIL 22: An Alaska Airlines jet passes the air traffic control tower at Los Angles International Airport (LAX) during take-off on April 22, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. Delays have been reported throughout the nation because of the furloughing of air traffic controllers under sequestration. The average delay overnight in the Southern California Terminal Radius Approach Control (TRACON) was was three hours. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
INDIANAPOLIS – You now have another option when flying from Indianapolis to the West Coast.
Alaska Airlines began their nonstop flights from Indy to Seattle on Thursday.
It's one of many nonstop flights the airport has added recently. Just last month, Alaska Airlines announced that it would add nonstop flights to San Francisco starting in September.
Three other airlines have recently added new nonstop service from Indianapolis as well.
Last month, Frontier Airlines announced it was adding a nonstop flight to Las Vegas beginning in July. The flights will leave Indianapolis on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays year-round.
Check out the new IndyCar addition at #IndyAirport in celebration of @AlaskaAir now flying out of IND! #INDtoSEA pic.twitter.com/tWvTp9hNGz— Indianapolis Airport (@INDairport) May 11, 2017
Check out the new IndyCar addition at #IndyAirport in celebration of @AlaskaAir now flying out of IND! #INDtoSEA pic.twitter.com/tWvTp9hNGz
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Southwest Airlines will begin nonstop seasonal flights to San Diego and new flights between New York via Newark and Indianapolis starting in June.
And Allegiant Airlines will add year-round nonstop flights to Austin, Texas and seasonal service to Destin/Fort Walton Beach in May.
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